Evangelicals never really did trust John McCain. They never really thought he was going to champion social issues. Speaking at the Log Cabin Republican Convention just confirms what many Evangelicals felt all along. Evangelicals were basically used by the Bush administration as a political voting block rather than any sort of instrument of change. They just wanted the votes. The cause was secondary. Same with McCain. With President Obama, while his views differ from conservative Evangelicals (which is a problem) he’s at least serious about having a faith based discussion.